Whilst filming '24: Live Another Day' in London, Emily managed to squeeze in some sight-seeing with the show's lead actor, Kiefer Sutherland.
The blonde beauty - who featured in seven episodes as Simone Al-Harazi - told Stylist magazine: ''I've lived in London for about eight years and have been in Hackney for a year and a half.
''Most of '24: Live Another Day' was filmed in London. Giving Kiefer Sutherland tips about London was surreal - I kept trying to tell him to go to Shoreditch House.''
The 27-year-old blonde beauty also stars in the upcoming 'The Inbetweeners 2' film, alongside Blake Harrison, James Buckley, Joe Thomas and Simon Bird, who starred in the original E4 television series.
Emily revealed that the boys are just as crazy in real life.
She explained: ''The energy between them is exactly like on screen. They played loads of practical jokes, always trying to get each other to eat disgusting insects off the floor.
She then joked: ''If I'd have turned up and said, 'I'm an incredibly serious actress and I'm not messing around', there would have been none of that.''
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